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Today's News - Thursday, May 1, 2008

Youngstown, Ohio, begins to think small (a good thing). -- A neighborhood renaissance in Minneapolis. -- Some of NYC's high-profile projects face an iffy future. -- Houston gives thumbs-up to new green energy code. -- A Canary Wharf tower proves glass and green can be compatible. -- Ouroussoff gives (mostly) thumbs-up to Piano's downtown Whitney: "expresses a level of experimental courage that he hasn't shown in years." -- Bernstein looks at the up- and down-side of Ordos100 project in Inner Mongolia. -- Adrian Smith on what's going to top Burj Dubai. -- A look at Glasgow's mega-building for 2014 Commonwealth Games. -- Prince Charles takes on London's Chinatown, intending to make it more "authentically Chinese." -- Rome mayor wants to tear down Meier's Ara Pacis(!). -- An in-depth look at Rockwell Group's hotel mock-up (coming to a roadside near you). -- Ashton Raggatt McDougall's "dazzling K house." -- A British television experiment: build an eco-home in 6 days. -- Mañosa champions green in the Philippines. -- U.K. engineers to get more say in design competitions. -- Calls for entries: 11th ThyssenKrupp Elevator Architecture Award: an iconic tower for Dubai (where else?). -- National Design-Build Project Awards. -- RFQ for Arch League's "Situated Technologies: Toward the Sentient City" exhibition. -- Land & Sea Competition winners.

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